Originally Posted by dkf
I have 3000 of the rem .357sig frangible bullets that I got a very good deal on a while back. The bullet profile is not ideal for .357sig even though they say they are for .357sig. Thus they are succeptable to setback, however for range use they are fine. Remington only really makes one bullet suitable for the .357sig and that is in their golden sabre bonded round.
If the frangible round replicates typical .357sig range ammo then at today's prices I would consider it a good deal.
Also, I have ten rounds of some old Remington green/white box 125-grain JHP in .357sig that seems to have disappeared from production, but from the few Internet sites I've located the round performs very well. As is my normal practice I save at least ten or more of every JHP self-defense rounds I buy in the off chance I may need them at some point, unless the ammo fails to perform as expected.